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Cadette Camp-a-Rama
Start Date/Time:
Friday, May 31, 2013 (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
End Date/Time:
Sunday, June 2, 2013 (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Recurring Event:
One time event
Importance:
Normal Priority
Location:
Camp Tuckaho
Description:

This program is for Girl Scout Juniors and Cadettes in grades 5-8.

$43 per girl (includes patch, crafts, meals and supplies)

Deadline:May 1

Submit:Individual Program Application

Cadette Camp-a-Rama is for bridging Girl Scout Juniors and Cadettes. Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors serve as Aides and assist with program planning and implementation. Girls will be surrounded by new and old friends, participate in an array of hands-on activities and learn an incredible amount about themselves.

 

It’s a weekend of fun planned in an outdoor setting at Camp Tuckaho. In addition to traditional camp program activities such as swimming, canoeing, outdoor cooking, hiking, crafts and archery, girls get a chance to choose from a variety of high interest activities.

 

Upon arrival, girls receive a schedule of additional activities noting times. Girls have the opportunity to choose which activities they want to participate in.Some activities, meals and all camp programs are assigned times for participation.

 

This is an individual girl event: however troops (girls and adults volunteering) are placed together in the same unit. Please note group requests on the back of the application.

 

A program placement notice will be sent within three weeks of registration. A confirmation packet including unit assignments, what to bring, check-in and check-out and other important information will be sent two weeks prior to event. Adult volunteers are also needed. See Lead & Learn for more information.There is no charge for volunteers; however, additional troop volunteers over the Safety Activity Checkpoints adult-to-girl ratio will be charged the full amount.

 

 

Contact Lucretia Penn, 314.592.2337, lpenn@girlscoutsem.org.

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